Wild dog fence underway after decades of sheep being ‘ripped apart’

It has taken almost 20 years of campaigning from farmers and today the first post of a new $11 million wild dog fence in WA has been driven into the ground.

Australia’s toughest renovation? The bid to save a giant outback woolshed

The Cordillo Downs woolshed is the biggest of its kind in the world and a reminder of when Australia rode on the sheep's back. Now help is being sought to guarantee its future.

‘Housing crisis’ in regional areas putting brakes on meat industry’s growth

A meat processor says a "housing crisis" in one of the country's most productive agricultural regions is putting the business at a disadvantage because it cannot hire enough staff to expand.

Why wait for 5G? We’re building our own internet, say fed-up WA farmers

Everyone's familiar with slow internet or mobile-phone dropouts but for the nation's farmers — often living well beyond the range of fibre optic cables and phone towers — the stakes are a lot higher.

Why wait for 5G? We’re building our own internet, say fed-up WA farmers

Everyone's familiar with slow internet or mobile-phone dropouts but for the nation's farmers — often living well beyond the range of fibre optic cables and phone towers — the stakes are a lot higher.